Historical Markers in
Rockingham County, Virginia

19th c Millstone Abraham Lincoln’s Father Alexander Spotswood Discovers the Valley of the Shenandoah Appalachian Trail Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Cross Keys Battle of Port Republic Baxter House Big Run Watershed Breneman-Turner Mill Bridgewater Bridgewater College Bridgewater College Cavalry Engagement Civil War Tourism Attraction Civilian Conservation Corps Civilian Conservation Corps Commemorating the Second Timberville Community School Contentment Cross Keys Battlefield Daniel Bowman Mill at Silver Lake Dayton Death of Lt. Meigs Dr. Jessee Bennett Edom United Methodist Church Elder John Kline Monument Famous Travelers Along the Turnpike First Church in Rockingham County First Mennonite Meeting House in Virginia First Settler Fort Harrison George Chrisman House Jennings House Joseph Funk Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Kyles Mill House Lacey Spring Lincoln's Virginia Ancestors Long's Chapel and Zenda Lt. Col. Thomas F. Wildes Madison Hall Mannheim McGaheysville Store Melrose Caverns Mill Creek Church Miller-Argabright-Cover-Kite House Minnich's Store Nature Without Us, For Us Newtown (East Elkton) School North River Bridge Old Salem Church Origins of Shenandoah University Palmer Lot at Middle Ford Peaked Mountain Church Pleasure and Joy Port Republic Port Republic Battlefield Port Republic Battlefield Port Republic Foundry Rekindling Nature Rockingham County / Augusta County Rockingham County / Shenandoah County Rockingham County / West Virginia Shenandoah College and Shenandoah Conservatory of Music Shenandoah’s Deer Sheridan's Last Raid Site Where Lt. John Rodgers Meigs Was Killed Skyline Drive The Alexander Mack Memorial Library The Battle of Cross Keys The Frank Kemper House The Point The Timberville Covered Bridge Third Timberville Community School Trissels Mennonite Church Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial WW II Observation Post No. 27 “Sic Juvat Transcendere Montes”